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they were visiting have warnings right now for american tourists. so, i am worried about them and the fact that there has been no communication for a month. >> reporter: on january 25th the postings and all communication ended. ron hammer last talked to jamie by means of skype. >> she called just to say they were having a good time. everything was going well. >> reporter: it is not even cheer where the couple was on january 25th. it may of left peru. now, thousands of miles away families and friends launched an effort to find them starting with a poster and a fund at mechanics bank. >> we are trying to contact people who are traveling in south america so that they can also get the flyers out to local people. >> they are working with the embassy in peru. >> reporter: the grass roots search effort got help today from the u.s. state department.
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it has decided to join the effort. >> that sounds like what they need, don knapp thank you very much. investigators are sorting through tips in the prime suspect of the las vegas strip shooting. they are looking for harris. they say he was the one who shot and killed an inspiring rapper, an oakland native, as he was identified as the prime suspect last night tips are pouring in. yesterday the police found the car that was seen speeding from the shooting last week. two other people were killed when the car cherry was riding in hit a taxi and it burst into flames. 10 people are out of their homes after a two-alarm fire in the tender loin neighborhood. police officers saw smoke coming from golden gate and larkin street. the police went banging on the doors to get everyone out. 30 to 40 residents were forced to evacuate. >> i heard pounding on the door
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and the firemen were there and they said we had to get out. >> reporter: nobody was hurt. just how the fire started is still under investigation. >> investigators have released a sketch of the gunman. this man is wanted for attempted robbery on friday at a parking garage. he pulled a gun and demanded the victim's money. the victim grabbed a man's arm and wrestled away. the two men fell to the ground fighting over the weapon and both took off unhurt. new details tonight about mc hammer's brush with the law. the sheriff's office says that the vehicle hammer was in during his arrest had expired tags and belonged to another person. hammer was arrested thursday night at the crossing shopping center in dublin. when asked for proof of ownership he began to argue and then he refused to step out of
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the car. when he finally did he was arrested for obstructing a police officer. hammer says he was a vehicle of racial pro filing. our 39th president made a stop in the bay area to talk peace and even a movie. here is a look at president carter's visit. >> reporter: when jimmy carter walked on stage in san francisco he had a warning for the crowd. >> i am going to cover some things here that might not be popular with some of you. >> reporter: in his speech before the commonwealth club, mr. carter took the u.s. to task for the nonstop military action around the world since world war ii. he criticized u.s. policies for cuba, north carolina and his current handling of the stalemate in the middle east. >> i am not criticizing my country. which i think is the best nation on earth and i am assure of that as a leader. we pointed this out to you as
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assessment. what is the possibilities of it growing. >> reporter: as for the threats opposed by iran and korea. they say they prefer a path of negotiations rather than confrontation. >> i don't believe either will be suicidal enough to use the weapons. i hope we can prevent the weapon by good faith talks with both countries. >> reporter: on a lighter note he endorsed the movie "argo" saying he hopes it wins for best picture but points out the res was really the work of the canadian government. and expressed he hopes someone in the current admin straeugz is listening. >> is he speaking to president barack obama? is president barack obama speaking to him? i think that is important. >> maybe he is right. thatta is the thing. he -- that is the thing. he has been right about a lot of things before other people. maybe he is ahead of the curve.
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doomsday deadline rapidly approaching on capitol hill. how the butting heads could effect all of us. such a battle for jobs. how health care reform pitted two cities in the east bay against each other.
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budget cuts kick in, congress is heading back to work tomorrow. so far -- lawmakers have been unable to agree on a plan to avoid the dreaded "sequester". kpix 5's anne makovec with more on how the cuts could impact california. just days before cuts happen congress is going to go back to work tomorrow. we have more on how the cuts can impact california. >> the latest doomsday deadline on capitol hill. >> i am calling this one murder- suicide of government services and it is going to crash our economy. >> reporter: $85 billion worth of cuts set to take place on friday and congress is in recess. >> we are facing a government shutdown and the american people are not going to react positively to that. we are seeing fragile economic growth in our economy and only congress stands in the way of that growth right now. >> reporter: as usual, congress can not agree and it might be all of us who might have to pay. the white house released this detailed list of impact state
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by state what to expect if the hatchet comes down. >> reporter: in california we would lose $88 million in education funding putting 1200 teacher and aid jobs at risk. >> this is the spring. you are trying to bundleet your plan for the fall. with this much chaos coming from washington, the fact that it is so easily avoidable is why i am so angry. >> reporter: defense spending in the crosshairs in california alone. employees would be furloughs, army funding cut by $54 million, the air force, $15 million. >> what we are doing to the men and womeny are -- women are serving they deserve a predictable life in the military. >> reporter: and a cut to the parks could mean less trash pick up and that could mean more bears, and at the airport,
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furloughs could mean delays of 1 1/2 hours. and smaller airports could be shutdown. >> we are talking about less than 3% and a budgeet that will still grow. only in washington, d.c. is going to cut. you ask any american is there three% of the federal budget wasted today? >> reporter: they feel higher income makers can pay more. >> it is not college. you can not wait until last minute and turn in the essay. congress was elected by the american people to think big and solve the big problems. >> there is controversy in contra costa county about where to have a call center. aimed at helping uninsured people to get insurance under the health care reform. the richmond location is in
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part of the county that sees this. and one county supervisor believes richmond is the right place for it. >> i believe it is the lower cost proposal and an area where the jobs are needed the most. we are first and foremost happy to have this here. >> supporters say it is more century located in contra costa county. they are voting on tuesday. a startling jump in gas prices. the jump shows they jumped 20 cents a gallon in the last two weeks. locally says the average price of unleaded in san francisco is $4 passport 24 a gallon. in oakland, $4.14 and in san jose $4.16 a gallon. if the prices are causing you pain you can find the best deal on gas in your area on our web site,
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south of san francisco are undergoing final safety tests this after five years of tunneling the big dig is finished. two new tunnels from san francisco are undergoing final safety tests this month. the project will diverse 1.2 mile stretch of the pacific
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coast highway. guess what, if you like, sunshine. since the day after christmas we have been in the pattern. i know if you love sunshine you don't know where winter has been. we hope it does not come back. it will be the driest winter we have had. you enjoyed a sunny day, clear skies, that is why people choose to live in oakland. this is our camera from the airport looking back towards the bridge to city. another chilly night. now, another direction from the oakland landing of the bay bridge. livermore, 55, san jose, 55. and we always do it and check the radar. now, one can say with all of
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the cheer sky, -- clear sky, there is nothing off shore. there it is. hi-def doplar radar is dry. tonight, we will be chilly. clear skies to late february. nights are long. upper 30s, the heat will kick over a couple of times. livermore, 36 your low. napa, 37. and at the coastline, looking next to the pacific ocean 10 degrees milder. pacifica, 47 degrees. it is worth it. now there is a lot of activity in the pacific ocean heading towards the coast. not able to share in the rainfall. blocked by the north of the high pressure. just like the storm system passed by on friday. another one will move in tomorrow giving rainfall. western washington, oregon towards grants pass and extreme northern california we will not get a drop because this blocking ridge of high pressure will not allow that rain to move farther to the south. now, that is the bad thing if you like sunshine and working
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on your tan. sunny skies all weeklong. three different systems will get close but not make it to the bay area. so, sunshine from now all of the way until this time next week. mornings chilly. it is late february, early march, nights are long. 14 hours of darkness. sunny, mild during the day. the high pressure, closest to us on friday, the first day of march. we will likely start march off in the 70s. low 60s tomorrow on the peninsula. sanfrancisco, 60. middle 60s in the south bay. san skwroes a good evening, to you, 64 tomorrow. morgan hill, gilroy, sunny valley, mountain view, 60s from walnut creek. hitting 62. cooler from marin. sanfrancisco, 62. look at all of that sunshine as we wrap up february and say hello to march on friday. why not 72 degrees. saturday, 70, next sunday, cooler day of the weekend. darn, going to cool all of the way down to 67 degrees.
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what will we do? >> i don't know. gorgeous forecast. no rain ... >> the balance we get this is one of the best winter time areas, sunshine and rain. i just don't see rain for the next 10 days. >> what are we going to do in golfing and fishing. >> all right. that is good. >> yes. all lined up. >> perfect. >> yes. take advantage. yes. now, sports, what are we talking b. could the warriors win? -- talking about. could the warriors win?
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woman to start in the lead position of the daytona 500. it's now how you start, but how you finish the sports biggest race of the year.. crews working around the clock to repair the track following yesterday's horrific crash... art giving danica patrick became the first female to start the biggest race. team owner tony stewart giving last-minute advice to danica. she became the first woman to lead a lap under the green flag at daytona fivein the 90th lap. but she did not make friends she cut off greg biffle. >> i guess her crew chief told people to run people off, it will be a long year if she is going to play like that. >> trevor pain bumped a car. we have a 6-car pileup.
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leading late in the race. and another champ taking the checkered flag. [cheers and applause] >> we won the daytona 500, wow! yeah! >> yeah, baby, jimmie johnson wins the daytona 500. dale earnhardt jr. takes 2nd place. mark martin is in the 3rd, jj's second daytona win. warriors big man did not travel with the team for the start of their 5-game road trip. he has a bad disc in his back. ricky rubio to williams, 16- point lead for the t-wolves, golden state showing a little bit of fight. literally. now, getting it on with greg. with the start, struggling. carrying the warriors, they
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combine for 42 points. 3rd quarter, 22 warrior turnovers, between the legs, now, 62 in the paint from minnesota. they led 5 heading into the 4th. just over a minute to play. warriors down 1. now, drills it, 2. puts them on top, 18. final seconds, wolf, going through the loophole, a chance to be the hereo. here it is for the win. oh, no. and the warriors start the trip with a victory, 100-99. lindsay looking for her 50th win in her second year. molly s is wagler with the lay- up. the 1-point lead. they come back, up 3. now, going in. nails the jump shot. a game-high 26. now, barely holds on to win at the record 13 straight wins now. they have one of two seniors celebrating their final game at maple's pavilion. 27 points, the record 24
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rebounds, breaking the previous mark. the cardinal won it 74-50. tumble weeds, showing you how windy it was in the desert. final play. under mayhem. now, 2 standing. look at it. here he is from there, the shot, going right in. and cunningham, matt wins the championship. getting the 2nd champion of the wgt. they should never play in the 18th hole. giants play. watch it. he said, you know what? the second tphaoeupl two years it has happened to me -- this is the second time in two years it has happened to me, i have to start using my glove.
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now, rookie of the year, mike trout, ever so popular. the angels, chris young, nice acquisition there is coco crisp scoring, putting up the 3. chris young leads the game with a leg cramp. the shortstop, perez, the opposite way. 1-run scores. 2-run scores. and third. that was the game winner. they get it 1-1 in cactus league action. coming up, my spring training interview with josh who did not bat an eye when they signed josh hamilton in the off season. >> we are still here to be here. here to compete. no matter what you did in the off season it will not change our mind we will go out there and beat the tar out of you. does not matter what you pay him. we are going to go there and play oakland a baseball and do whatever happens. >> that locker room is exactly the same as it was a year ago. >> you like those guys. >> i do. yes, carefree, i honestly think they would pay the game for
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free that is how much they love it. >> yes. >> looking forward to that. thank you very much. year's long soap opera is about to be settled. the government wants the drakes oyster company to move out to convert the area into marine area. that is tonight at 11:00. all right, that will do it for this edition of kpix news, "60 minutes" is up next we will see you at 10:00 and 11:00. good night.
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